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The Bottle Tree of Queensland

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Oil on board, no date. According to the Official Guide to the North Gallery, 1892, The Bottle Tree of Queensland.- Beyond, a grass fire through which the artist and her companions had to gallop. The Bottle tree (Sterculia rupestris, Benth., syn. Delabechea rupestris, Lindl.) received its name on account of its singularly swollen trunk. It was first discovered by Sir. T. Mitchell on one of his expeditions into the interior of Queensland

Copyright © The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Media ID 654406

Date: 3rd December 2007

Credit: © The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Filename: NOR_M_736_060915pl736.jpg

Image Size: 4592 x 5994 Pixels

Filesize is 26.72MB

Version 2 is 11.30MB

Associated Categories: Landscapes

Associated Categories: Marianne North

Associated Categories: Trees

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